HTC One V with "chin" design (Photo : HTC / Handout)
Taiwan's HTC released its HTC One V smartphone to the U.S. market today, July 2nd.
The HTC One V comes as a lower-end model of HTC's popular One series and is available at Virgin Mobile, Chicago-based U.S Cellular and the Associated Carrier Group (ACG).
The One V runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with HTC Sense 4 -- HTC's enhanced user options for audio quality and music reproduction.
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Some of the key features this smartphone possesses include its camera, its sound and its design.
The camera possesses HTC ImageSense which HTC describes as a mechanism that "offers an amazing camera that delivers fast image capture and better image quality under adverse conditions."
The 5 megapixel camera with auto focus, smart LED flash, and BSI sensor (for better low-light captures) allows 720p HD video recording and also allows users to take photo shots while recording HD video.
The One V comes with Beats AudioTM sound assuring a premium experience for the reproduction of all media. It also neatly allows users to play their music in their car via the new HTC Car Stereo Clip you plug on the 3.5 mm audio jack (sold separately).
The 4.74-inch smartphone with a 3.7-inch screen features an interesting curved-chin design for comfort and comes in a smooth metal case/unibody.
CPU Speed: 1 Ghz
Memory: 4GB / 512 Ram
Display: 3.7-inch; 800 x 400 (WVGA)
Weight: 115 grams with battery
The One V is available for $199 at this carrier (no contract). Click to view:
More information on the availability of the One V on ACG carriers could be found on the following link:
The Latinos Post didn't find the phone on display at U.S. Cellular's website. To keep track of its availablity, log click here.